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USB microphone from Lewitt belonging to the DGT series.

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Lewitt Audio has unveiled its DGT 450 multi-purpose USB microphone.

The Lewitt DGT 450 is a USB recording solution for PC, Mac and iOS featuring 24 bit / 96 kHz, 93 dB dynamic range, pre-attenuation and high pass filter.

Asynchronous USB transfer, support of OS X Core Audio and ASIO for Windows, the option to crossfade between zero latency direct and tape return monitoring are all featured and open up a wide range of possible applications: recording vocals, instruments and live acts, Podcasts and YouTube productions - it can also be used directly from your iPhone, iPad or iPod.

Features include:

  • Professional USB recording solution for PC, Mac and iOS devices - no camera connection kit required!
  • iOS, OS X and Windows support
  • Free Recording App for iOS devices (which you test here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/lewitt-recorder/id868394854?mt=8)
  • Asynchronus USB transfer: precise internal clock handles the samplerate timing to avoid jitter and ensures bit and pitch accurate audio capture and reproduction
  • OS X Core Audio and dedicated ASIO driver for Windows (to ensure minimal tape return latency)
  • 24 bit / 96 kHz, 93 dB dynamic range
  • Switchable pre-attenuation and high pass filter
  • Powerful headphone amp: 20 mW @ 16 ohm, THD+N < 0.5 % // 16 mW @ 32 ohm, THD+N < 0.5 %
  • Crossfade between zero latency direct and minimal latency tape return monitoring
  • ASIO driver for minimal tape return latency
  • Push wheel to change the DGT 450 settings on the microphone
  • Control Center to change the settings right from your computer
  • Illuminated user interface for quick and easy handling in dark environments
 More details and specifications available from Lewitt Audio's website.
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